Introducing the #beyondthenow Podcast

The new IoT security podcast, designed to bring you the information you need to know, from the industry experts. Tune in to learn more about security concerns and challenges and to chat about realistic, scalable solutions.

Introducing Your Host

Join David Maidment, PSA Certified founder, as he speaks to industry leaders to discuss their views on the past, present, and future of IoT security.

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#beyondthenow Podcast Episodes

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The Journey to Secure IoT: “Secure Today Isn't Secure Forever”

Brad Ree

CTO, IoXT Alliance

In this podcast, David is joined by Brad Ree (CTO of the IoXT Alliance) to talk more about their journey to make IoT more secure for consumers. They also talk about the partnership between PSA Certified and IoXT Alliance and how it’s easing fragmentation in the IoT ecosystem.

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Myth-busting: "Consumers Really Do Care About IoT Security"

Peter Stephens

Head of Secure By Design Cybersecurity, DCMS

Peter Stephens joins David to talk more about consumer IoT security concerns and some steps they can take to secure their homes and businesses. There is also a unique insight into governmental views on IoT security, artificial intelligence, and the DCMS approach to making the UK a more secure place when it comes to IoT devices.

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Security for Smart Lighting: “If It’s Smart, It Can Be Hacked”

Jan Münther Head of Digital Product Security, OSRAM

David is joined by Jan Münther (Head of Digital Product Security, OSRAM) to discuss the cost of failure of insecure smart lighting, the growing security demand from customers and the need for IoT security best practice.

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Modernizing Automotive Security: "Autonomous is 30 Years Away"

Peter Busch Product Owner DLT Mobility, Robert BOSCH

David is joined by Peter Busch (Product Owner Distributed Ledger Technologies Mobility at Bosch) to discuss expanding automotive cybersecurity and modernizing 100-year old protocols to take us beyond the now. We also touch on the difference between safety, security, and privacy, plus the role of digital fingerprints.

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